Donald Randolph is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, a former Captain in the United States Army, and a 1974 graduate of the University of Southern California School of Law.  With over 44 years of practice experience, he has successfully represented clients in state and federal courts throughout the United States, including a number of high profile matters.  Since 2010 alone, he has led Randolph & Sampson, APC in obtaining over $25 million in personal injury verdicts and settlements for its clients.  Throughout his career, he has been involved in thousands of cases as a champion for the injured and their families.  Honored as a Super Lawyer every year since 2004, he is consistently named among Southern California’s best trial lawyers.  He brings a wealth of experience to the zealous representation of the firm’s clients in plaintiff’s personal injury cases.

Mr. Randolph is rated AV Preeminent® by Martindale-Hubbell, the highest possible rating reflecting his excellent work and the highest ethical standards.  As the most respected and well-known source of information about attorneys in the U.S., Canada, and worldwide, Martindale-Hubbell ratings are submitted by District Court judges, U.S. Attorneys, defense lawyers, and prosecutors from around the country.  He is also a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, two highly prestigious groups of trial lawyers in the United States, of which fewer than 1% of all U.S. lawyers are members.

Mr. Randolph is a longstanding soccer coach, and a 10-year board member of the American Youth Soccer Organization.  In 2004, he and his wife established a VIP program under the AYSO banner for children with special needs.  He is married to Suzanne Edgar Randolph, also a USC Law School graduate, and they have three children, Christina, Maggie, and Charlie.

Practice Area
Family Law
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